Pam Rainer, LMSW

Senior Program Manager

Pam Rainer, M.S.W., is a senior program manager at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP). She has extensive experience managing federally funded projects in the areas of behavioral health, community mental health, homelessness, and recovery, with a special emphasis on trauma and trauma-informed approaches. Ms. Rainer manages project deliverables, technical assistance (TA) activities, and product development. She is currently the director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Comprehensive Opioid Addiction Program (COAP), which includes developing comprehensive TA strategies to respond to the opioid epidemic in jail-based treatment settings. Ms. Rainer is a member of AHP’s federally registered Institutional Review Board (IRB), the entity responsible for protecting the rights and interests of AHP’s research subjects. Before joining AHP, she served as regional president and board member of a statewide housing group and chaired several committees at the local planning level. She was formerly the mental health services director for a large human services organization in upstate New York, where she developed model programs, policies, and procedures. Ms. Rainer received her M.S.W. from the State University of New York at Albany.

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